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  1. George Inness and the Visionary Landscape by Adrienne Baxter Bell, 2007-01-08
  2. George Inness: A Catalogue Raisonne by Michael Quick, 2007-08-30
  3. George Inness and the Science of Landscape by Rachael Ziady DeLue, 2007-04-30
  4. George Inness (Library of American Art) by Nicolai Cikovsky, 1993-10-15
  5. George Inness in Italy by Mark D. Mitchell, 2011-02-22
  6. George Inness: Writings and Reflections on Art and Philosophy by George Inness, 2007-03-06
  7. The works of George Inness;: An illustrated catalogue raisonné by LeRoy Ireland, 1965
  8. Inness: Landscapes by Alfred Werner, 1999-09-01
  9. Life, Art, and Letters of George Inness: -1917 by George Inness, 2009-07-24
  10. The Works of George Inness -- An Illustrated Catalogue Raisonne' by Leroy IRELAND, 1965
  11. Fifty Paintings by George Inness by GEORGE INNESS, 2010-01-10
  12. George Inness; The Man and His Art by Elliott Daingerfield, 2010-07-24
  13. George Inness by George] Cikovsky, Nicolai, and Michael Quick [Inness, 1985
  14. George Inness Landscapes: His Signature Years, 1884-1894 by Marjorie Dakin, George W. Neubert (Essays) Arkelian, 1978

1. George Inness - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
In 1854 his son George Inness, Jr., who also became a landscape painter of Bell, Adrienne Baxter George Inness and the Visionary Landscape, page 151.
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Jump to: navigation search George Inness, before 1867 George Inness May 1 August 3 ), was an American landscape painter ; born in Newburgh, New York ; died at Bridge of Allan in Scotland . His work was influenced, in turn, by that of the old masters, the Hudson River school , the Barbizon school , and, finally, by the theology of Emanuel Swedenborg , whose spiritualism found vivid expression in the work of Inness' maturity. He is best known for these mature works that helped define the Tonalist movement
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Inness was the fifth of thirteen children born to John Williams Inness, a farmer, and his wife, Clarissa Baldwin. His family moved to Newark, New Jersey when he was about five years of age. In 1839 he studied for several months with an itinerant painter, John Jesse Barker. In his teens, Inness worked as a map engraver in New York City. During this time he attracted the attention of French landscape painter R©gis Fran§ois Gignoux , with whom he subsequently studied. Throughout the mid-1840s he also attended classes at the National Academy of Design , and studied the work of Hudson River School artists Thomas Cole and Asher Durand ; "If", Inness later recalled thinking, "these two can be combined, I will try."

2. George Inness (1825 - 1894) Artwork Images, Exhibitions, Reviews
George inness george Inness was an American landscape painter who learned his trade from experimentation and travel to Europe. He began working in New York
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George Inness was an American landscape painter who learned his trade from experimentation and travel to Europe. He began working in New York but moved to a suburban Boston town in 1859. The Barbizon School and the Romantic movement influenced him and he was eventually associated with the Hudson River School. His later style moved away from this and he began painting intimate subjects in a more uninhibited fashion. Inness’s work also reflected his deep spirituality and had a Symbolist feel. He is considered to be the greatest 19th century landscape painter.
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George Inness, one of the foremost American landscape painters, was the son of a grocer, born in Newark, New Jersey. After brief training in New York with
- click on image to enlarged - George Inness (b.1825, Newburgh, NY; d.1894, Bridge-of-Allan,Scotland) St. Peter's, Rome Oil on canvas Charles F. Smith Fund George Inness
St. Peter's, Rome, St. Peter's, Rome reveals Inness' special fascination with Italy, a concern he shared with many nineteenth-century American painters. Attracted to both the man-made and natural beauty of the country, Inness explored is historical resonance in his paintings of the city and countryside surrounding Rome. St. Peter's Basilica, which dominates the skyline of the painting, is closely associated with the Eternal City. Inness represented it in a watercolor and three paintings resulting from his first European trip of the 1850s. After a later trip in the early 1870s, he painted two final works depicting the domes of the basilica. The painting, dated five years after Inness' return to the United States, is based on the watercolor study that was presumably executed from nature. Both works depict St. Peter's from a slope to the northeast of the basilica near the Villa Giulia, a spot recognized in the standard guidebooks of the day as affording a splendid view of the Vatican. A portion of Bernini's colonnade, encircling St. Peter's Square, may be seen to the left. In the foreground, at the bottom of the slope, is the tunnel known as the Arco Oscuro, with a gate in a wall to its left. Inness' view is composite, and a second study, now lost, may have provided some of these additional details.

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George Inness, born in the Hudson River town of Newburgh, New York, is one of the most important members of the Hudson River School of painting.

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    Death Year : 1894 Country : US George Inness, born in the Hudson River town of Newburgh, New York, is one of the most important members of the "Hudson River School" of painting. When his family moved to Newark, New Jersey, Inness began work as a grocer's clerk before finding a better position with a map-making firm. Self-taught at first, he began painting seriously in 1841 and had his first exhibition at the National Academy of Design four years later. Three trips abroad in the next twenty-five years brought him into contact with the work of John Constable J.M.W. Turner Jean-Baptiste Corot Eugene Delacroix , and the Barbizon painters. From their paintings, he carried away those elements best suited to his personal vision of American landscapes; the use of color from Delacroix and the broad handling of nature from Corot and from the Barbizon School.
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    George Inness 1825 1894 Ariccia, 1874 Oil on canvas 26-1/2 x 56-7/8 in. On his third trip to Europe, in the 1870s, Inness visited Italy for the first time
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    26-1/2 x 56-7/8 in On his third trip to Europe, in the 1870s, Inness visited Italy for the first time. He painted primarily in Rome and its environs, finding many of his subjects among the scenic lakes and deep valleys of the Alban Hills and the hilltop towns. The rosy beige, tan, and white buildings of the town of Ariccia crown a ridge that stretches across the middle distance of this panoramic painting. The geometry of the town is balanced by three horizontal elements: the long bridge in the foreground, the horizon, and the strata of thin clouds. Inness captures the characteristic light at the end of the day, a time of stillness and tender melancholy to which he returned in his later work. Previous Next Return to American Collection

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    9. George Inness - LoveToKnow 1911
    GEORGE INNESS (18251894), American landscape painter, was born near Newburgh, N.Y., on the 1st of May 1825. Before he was five years of age his parents had
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    GEORGE INNESS (1825-1894), American landscape painter, was born near Newburgh , N.Y., on the 1st of May 1825. Before he was five years of age his parents had moved to New York and afterwards to Newark , N.J., in which latter city his boyhood was passed. He would not "take education" at the town academy, nor was he a success as a greengrocer's boy. He had a strong bent towards art, and his parents finally placed him with a drawing-master named Barker. At sixteen he went to New York to study engraving , but soon returned to Newark, where he continued sketching and painting after his own initiative. In 1843 he was again in New York, and is said to have passed a month in Gignoux's studio. But he was too impetuous, too independent in thought, to accept teaching; and, besides, the knowledge of his teachers must have been limited. Practically he was self-taught, and always remained a student. In 1851 he went to Europe , and in Italy got his first glimpse of real art. He was there two years, and imbibed some traditions of the classic landscape. In 1854 he went to France , and there studied the Barbizon painters, whom he greatly admired, especially Daubigny and Rousseau. After his return to

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    George Inness (May 1, 1825 August 3, 1894), was an American landscape painter; born in Newburgh, New York; died at Bridge of Allan in Scotland.
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    George Inness (May 1, 1825 -August 3, 1894), was an American landscape painter; born in Newburgh, New York; died at Bridge of Allan in Scotland. His work was influenced, in turn, by the that of the old masters, the Hudson River school, the Barbizon school, and, finally, by the theology of Emanuel Swedenborg, whose spiritualism found vivid expression in the work of Inness' maturity. He is best known for these mature works that helped define the Tonalist movement. Wikipedia article
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    george inness, born near Newburgh, New York, was the fifth of thirteen children. His father, a prosperous grocer, tried to make a grocer out of him,
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    See also: Hudson River School VIEW IMAGE LIST Thomas Cole and Asher B. Durand - whose style is recalled in some of his early canvases. "Inness exhibited for the first time at the National Academy of Design in 1844 and continued to exhibit there almost every year until the end of his life. Though he was elected an Associate of the Academy in 1853, he was not made an Academician until 1868. He was one of the important early members of the Society of American Artists, an exhibition organization founded in 1877 to challenge the conservative policies of the Academy. "Inness and his family left New York in 1860, moving first to Medfield, Massachusetts, and later to an estate near Perth Amboy, New Jersey. In the early 1860s, fellow artist William Page introduced Inness to the theories of Emanuel Swedenborg, which made a deep and lasting impression on him; indeed, became a major force in his intellectual life. Throughout that decade, spent in rural surroundings, he sought to make his paintings convey the profound spiritual meaning he felt the landscape around him possessed. "In 1870, the Innesses moved to Italy for four years, during which time the artist sent back paintings to be sold by the Boston dealers Williams and Everett, receiving in exchange regular monthly payments. Stopping again in Paris on the way back to the United States, in 1874, Inness first saw works by the

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    Oil on canvas, 30 X 50" (76.20 x 127.00 cm.) Signed, lower right Museum purchase, 928-0-101
    Since the beginning of Inness's artistic maturity, the appearance, inspiration, and expressive effect of his paintings was most frequently described as poetic. And as, over time, the style of his paintings became increasingly more suggestive, as their form became broader and their resemblance's to natural appearance less and less direct, their poetic content seemed to grow in direct proportion, reaching its highest and purest state in paintings of the last few years of his life. Painted the year before Inness's death, Hazy Morning, Montclair, New Jersey is one of those late poetic paintings.
    The allusiveness of its style, with all solid form blurred, corroded, and reduced to a pervasive vaporous substance more metaphysical than physical in nature-"a subtle essence which exists in all things of the material world" that constitutes "an atmosphere about the bald detail of facts,"-could be regarded as a logical development and climax of Inness's lifelong belief in the value of spiritual meaning, emotional expression, and suggestion: "You must suggest to me reality-you can never show me reality." Inness, however, disclaimed poetic vagueness unequivocally: "Poetry is the vision of reality ... [not some] gaseous representation.... What is often called poetry is a mere jingle of rhyme-intellectual dish-water. The poetic quality is not obtained by eschewing any truths of fact or of Nature which can be included in a harmony or real representation." To Inness the poetic representation of reality consisted in the same facts of nature as reality itself: color, distance, air, space, and contrasts of light and dark.

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    INNESS, George , landscape painter, born in Newburg, N. Y., 1 May, 1825. His parents removed to Newark, N. J., where he early learned drawing and the rudiments of oil painting. He has from his youth been subject to epilepsy, which has interfered materially with the consecutive pursuit of his art. When sixteen years old he went to New York to study engraving, but ill health obliged him to return home, where he continued to sketch and paint. When twenty years of age he passed a month in the studio of Regis Gignoux in New York city, which is all the regular instruction he ever had. He then began landscape painting in New York City, made two visits to Europe, and lived in Florence and Rome for some time. For several years after his return he made his home near Boston, where some of his best pictures were painted. In 1862 he went to reside at Eagleswood, near Perth Amboy, N. J., and a few years later removed to New York city. He was chosen a National academician in 1868. From 1871 to 1875 he again resided in Italy. The art life of Inness is marked by two distinct styles, the first indicating careful finish and conscientious regard for details. The second style, formed with the expanding grasp of the principles of art, shows a richer appreciation of the truths of nature, is broad and vigorous, paying higher regard to masses than to details. The quality of his paintings is very uneven, as he is sometimes careless, and often mars a good work by eccentric and experimental devices. Yet no painter has represented the aspects of nature in the American climate with deeper feeling, a finer sentiment of light and color, or a better command of technical resources. He has been more influenced by the French school of landscape painting than any other American artist, yet his style is distinct and original. He is a follower of Swedenborg, and many of his paint­ings have a spiritual or allegorical significance.

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    " Early Autumn, Montclair" By Dan Gheno GEORGE INNESS was a frail man who was often subject to epileptic attacks. Yet Inness produced one of the largest oeuvres of any 19th century American landscape artist. Inscribed behind one of his last paintings—"Morning, Catskills Valley" - is the number 1405. It is but one of many 1arge scale, emotionally charged paintings that lnness fanatically produced in the last years of his life. The current exhibition at the Santa Barbara Museum of Art, GEORGE INNESS, LANDSCAPES: HIS SIGNATURE YEARS 1884-1894 (from the Oakland Art Museum) leaves no doubt about the stature of his work in his "declining years." As we walk in the large gallery at the Museum of Art, we are immediately struck by the massive strength that glows from his naturalistic studies. What nature declined him personally, he found vicariously in the landscapes. Inness professed that his purpose as a landscape artist was "not to imitate a fixed material condition, but to represent a living motion." "Early Autumn, Montclair" portrays centuries of growth in a large ponderous tree. From a bulky base, spindly branches reach out defiantly. They seem. racked and amputated by violent storms, but they move In a determined if erratic path.

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